When I awoke this morning, I discovered that Harriet had sprouted wings, seemingly out of nowhere.
They have all been practicing their flapping this morning, but Harriet’s definitely best at it. I tried to catch some flapping action shots, but my digital camera moves too slowly. I was only able to catch half a . . . → Read More: Today’s Fad: Flapping
The chicks are six days old now, and they have all sprouted hilariously ineffective tail feathers. Harriet was first with the butt fluff, but Dolly is giving her a run for her money, tail-feather-wise.
Ethel* and Martha are last in line. They’re so ridiculously fluffy right now that I’ll be sad to see their . . . → Read More: Tail Feathers: All The Cool Chicks Are Growing Them
Everyone knows – chicks dig The Sims 2.
Have you ever wondered if you were the first person ever in human history to do something? I wonder if I am the first person ever in human history to hold a three-day-old baby chick up to a computer monitor in order to take a picture . . . → Read More: Sims Sunday: Chicks Dig It
It is done! The Binary Armwarmer pattern is now available for sale (PDF download) in my Ravelry store. For those of you without Ravelry accounts, I’m working to get it published on Patternfish as well.
These self-referential, elbow-length armwarmers each say “ARMWARMER” in binary. Be the biggest geek in your knitting group, and . . . → Read More: Binary Armwarmer Pattern Available For Sale